The people have the vote (and the land)

When City Council ignores the wishes of the voters (residents) who elect them, to represent them, as opposed to out-of-state corporate interests, it’s time to remember: The people have the power, the vote and the ownership of the land across from St. Lawrence Basilica.

Just another case of broken promises to represent the people who live in Asheville.

— Sandy Hooper

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One thought on “The people have the vote (and the land)

  1. indy499

    Interesting all the comments on this issue from people who don’t live here or pay taxes here, who somehow “know” what people in Asheville want.

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